Colophon (o8v): Impressu[m] Parisius : Per Anthonium Chappiel, impensis Claudii Iaumar ... , Anno D[omi]ni milesi[m]o CCCCC
A spurious collection of sermons belonging to the body of works now attributed to Pseudo-Augustine
Octavo; printed in double columns, a5 recto: 33 lines, 102 x 74 mm; types: 180G, 110G (title), 62G (text); Printed initials; publisher's device on title page with the words, "Pro Claudió Jaumar."
In some copies, the title page and beginning of text are printed in red and black, in others, only in black.
Goff, F.R. Incunabula in American libraries, A1320
Catalogue of books printed in the XVth century now in the British Museum, VIII, 223
Incunabula short title catalogue, ia01320000
COPY NOTE: Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy BR65.A89S4 1500x no.1 with leaf dimensions: 124 x 89 mm. First of two items bound together into a single volume. This volume contains : Sermones sa[n]cti augustini ad heremitas / Pseudo-Augustinus -- : Ars moriendi (Paris, 1497).
PROVENANCE: Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy BR65.A89S4 1500x no.1 with early inscriptions, pen trials, etc., in French, on front free endpaper recto and verso. Foliated continuously with no.2. Inscribed in outer margin of o7 verso: "Pertinet Fratri robert choppaij[?]" The same inscription repeated on O8 verso. Purchased from G.W. Stuart in 1990 (Acc.90-154)
BINDING: Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy BR65.A89S4 1500x no.1 bound in early limp tacketed vellum with head-, tail-, and fore-edge cover extensions. Remnants of early ties. Early manuscript label at head of spine.